Programming with Posix Threads has 46 ratings and 1 review. Nick said: By far the most authoritative and complete book on IEEE POSIX threads, with. Programming with POSIX ® Threads. 3 reviews. by David R. Butenhof. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional. Release Date: May ISBN: David Butenhof’s Programming with POSIX Threads was published 10 years ago, in At the time, it was the definitive work on the POSIX.
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Robert rated it really liked it Jul 22, Good description of pthread API also makes any future work with threads much easier.
User and terminal identification 6. Fred Milano rated it liked it Aug 05, Craig rated it liked it May 07, Priority inheritance mutexes 5.
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Hints to avoid debugging. By far the most authoritative and complete book on IEEE Concurrency control functions 1.
Never share condition variables between predicates 8. Anil Joshi rated it really liked it Aug 03, Numerous annotated examples are used to illustrate real-world concepts. Checking for errors 2. Using mutexes for atomicity 3.
Numerous annotated examples are used to illustrate real-world concepts.
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Asynchronous programming is intuitive Ken rated it really liked it Jun 25, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Doug Turner rated it really liked it Aug 14, Therads About Programming with A version using multiple processes 1. Invariants, critical sections, and predicates 3. Scheduling policies and priorities 5. Spike Grobstein rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Books by David R.
Programming with POSIX ® Threads
Addison-Wesley Professional- Computers – pages. Parts of the pthread model are elegant, and it’s good to see why they were designed the way they were. With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. Work queue manager 7. User Review – Flag as inappropriate Very good book describing many multithreaded concepts, principles of work and common pitfalls. In addition, the book tackles one of the thorniest problems faced by thread programmers-debugging-with valuable suggestions on how to avoid code errors and performance problems from the outset.
Creating and destroying a mutex 3. Group and user database 6. Modifying libraries to be thread-safe 7. Shrihari rated it really liked it Jun 07, About the examples in this book 1. A Pthreads mini-reference and a look at future standardization are also included.
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Use the right number of mutexes 8. Stack guard size Very good book describing many multithreaded concepts, principles of work butennof common pitfalls. Creating thread-specific data 5.
Using thread-specific data 5. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Programming with Posix Threads
Dan Nuffer rated it really liked it Jan 16, Niraj Singh rated it really liked it Aug 24, Not only that, the fundamental concepts described in the book haven’t changed — threads still work the same way, mutexes and condition variables still work the same way, and so forth. You then move to more advanced topics such as attributes objects, thread-specific data, and realtime scheduling.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate The standard introduction to pthreads, and as far as I know still the best.
Condition variable attributes 5.
Nov 27, Nick Black rated it it was amazing. Sharing stacks and related memory corrupters 8.